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Port Chester Young Scientists Display Projects At Middle School

Briana Da Silva, whose experiment comparing different types of bubble gum took First Place
Briana Da Silva, whose experiment comparing different types of bubble gum took First Place
Sophia Montenagro, Jessica Racarriello, Faith Tomusula and Penelope Alvarez were there with their classmates to review the work of their fellow seventh-graders.
Sophia Montenagro, Jessica Racarriello, Faith Tomusula and Penelope Alvarez were there with their classmates to review the work of their fellow seventh-graders.

PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Approximately 380 seventh-graders displayed their science projects for Port Chester Middle School's Annual Young Scientist Day.

For their projects, students asked questions such as "Which eyeliner brand is most waterproof?" and "Which rots faster: McDonald's meat or store bought meat?" then researched their inquiries with a formal experiment.

The results and conclusions were on display on March 19 in the school gymnasium for the seventh-graders as well as the sixth-grade classes

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